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Research and development event encourages collaboration

The University partnered with the Maidstone Innovation Centre for its first ever research and development event sharing new ideas and gaining valuable insights into future technology with business.

29 November 2022

Resolving issues and conflict through mediation at the University

Canterbury Christ Church University’s Mediation Clinic first launched in 2007 and has helped more than 160 people, including businesses, across Kent and Medway.

21 October 2022

BarCamp returns to Canterbury

Canterbury Chris Church University is hosting BarCamp Canterbury, a free-to-attend community unconference, where builders, makers or thinkers, can share ideas and talk with like-minded people.

12 October 2022

Funding available to help businesses grow in Kent and Medway

Businesses in Kent and Medway are being given the opportunity to access academic expertise and resources to help them grow and develop.

14 February 2022

Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle wins prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education award

Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle, Section Director for Tourism, Hospitality and Events, has won a prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) award.

20 January 2022

Growing a sustainable future in mushroom farming

Mushroom farming is a fast-growing sector in the UK. The recent plant-based revolution in food production due to more people turning to veganism.

20 January 2022

Canterbury Christ Church celebrated for contributing to the UK’s creative excellence

Multi Emmy and BAFTA winning documentary-film producer and director, and alumna, Kate Blewett, has been recognised as one of the UK’s greatest creative hits

13 January 2022

New hub to strengthen skills

The launch of a new partnership will ensure businesses at a life science campus are in the best possible place in Kent to grow their workforce.

13 December 2021

Professor Helen James awarded OBE for services to Higher Education

Professor Helen James, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Canterbury Christ Church University, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List 2021, for services to Higher Education.

12 June 2021

Canterbury Christ Church signs up to the Knowledge Exchange Concordat

Canterbury Christ Church University has signed up to a new national agreement, the Knowledge Exchange Concordat, in which UK institutions will commit to develop their knowledge exchange activities.

20 January 2021

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